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Click Bilateral mobile thoracolithiasis in a 70-year-old female. At presentation, axial CT images showed a large pleural stone in the mid-posterior right pleural space and a small pleural stone (both labelled with red arrows) in the left anterior pleural space. There was bilateral consolidation and pleural effusions, right greater than left.

Click Bilateral mobile thoracolithiasis in a 70-year-old female. The patient had a CT scan 6 months prior, which showed the large right pleural stone lying in the low-posterior pleural space and the small left pleural stone in the anterolateral pleural space.

Click Bilateral mobile thoracolithiasis in a 70-year-old female. A CT scan performed 2 months subsequent to presentation demonstrated further change in position of the stones the large right pleural stone in the low-posterolateral pleural space and the small left pleural stone in the posterior pleural space.